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[http://open.litespeedtech.com/packages/w3totalcache.xml W3 Total Cache Template] [[Help:How_To_Set_Up_W3_Total_Cache_With_Template|W3 Total Cache Tutorial]]

Revision as of 16:22, 4 July 2013

Configuring OpenLiteSpeed

How to switch between XML and plain text configurations

Setting up OpenLiteSpeed as a reverse proxy

(Unofficial) Slavik's server setup guide part 1 (for CentOS, OpenLiteSpeed, and Percona) (with pictures!)

(Unofficial) Slavik's XenForo server setup guide part 1 (for CentOS, OpenLiteSpeed, and Percona) (with pictures!) (requires a XenForo license)

For more information on configuring OpenLiteSpeed, see the Enterprise documentation and wiki. (We are in the process of creating OpenLiteSpeed-specific documentation.)

Templates

When available, virtual host templates are the recommended way to configure your server. They're simple and pre-tested. (Template files are XML. You will have to right-click the link to download them.)

Reverse Proxy Template Reverse Proxy Tutorial

WP Super Cache Template WP Super Cache Tutorial

W3 Total Cache Template W3 Total Cache Tutorial